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Old 04-20-2005, 02:04 AM   #1
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skip the crontab job for one time

I have a crontab job it run at the 1st of every month , if I want to skip to run the crontab job at next month ( 1th May ) only , but it run normally at the rest of month , is it possible ? thx
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Maybe, set up an at job to put your cronjob back after the first of the month, and remove the job from it for now. Should be easy, and you can always man at for help.

Hope this helps,

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